Porter Scientific is working toward
ISO 9001:2008 certification in 2013.
Dr. Freda Porter, President of Porter Scientific, was appointed Chairwoman of the North Carolina Advisory Commission on Military Affairs.
Dr. Freda Porter, President of Porter Scientific was featured In the June 2011 edition of Elite Magazine highlighting her success as a small woman owned business.
Porter Scientific received the U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce
2010 Stellar Award.
Dr. Freda Porter was named the 2009 NC Minority Small Business Person
Of The Year by SBA.
Dr. Freda Porter, President of Porter Scientific was appointed Chairman of the
Board of Trustees at University of North Carolina at Pembroke
Porter Scientific was approved as a private consulting firm by NCDOT.
Dr. Freda Porter was awarded the 2007 Business Person of the Year
by UNCP's Business Visions.
CAIHET is awarded $200,000
job training grant from the US EPA Brownfield Program
Porter Scientific received the 2007 UIDA Business Services Indian
Business of the Year Award.
Porter Scientific was accepted into NCDOT's Mentor Protégé Program
where Mulkey Engineers & Consultants, Raleigh served as the
Dr. Freda Porter, President of Porter Scientific, was appointed
to the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian Board
Scientific Incorporated is a North Carolina based American
Indian woman owned SBD HUBZone small business with a distinguished
award winning track record of providing environmental consulting services, and of supporting research and development. Porter Scientific also provides information technology and facility support services to a variety of clients including the United States Departments of Defense and Transportation, the environmental Protection Agency (EPA), national commercial entities and local governments and municipalities.
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BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES (BMP)
Recycling in Robeson County is free with fourteen (14) recycling collection sites throughout the county.
Benefits of recycling are:
- Recycling protects and expands US manufacturing jobs and increases US competitiveness
- Recycling reduces the need for landfilling and incineration
- Prevents pollution caused by the manufacturing of products from virgin materials
- Saves Energy
- Decreases emissions of greenhouse gases that contribute to global climate change
- Conserves natural resources such as timber, water, and minerals
- Helps sustain the environment for future generations
16 Years of Excellence through Quality Work
and Client Satisfaction